Parents worried about losing gifted/talented program

Some Maryland parents are worried that a proposal to move their children's gifted-and-talented program to another school could damage the program. Officials in Prince George's County, Md., say moving the 270 students in the program to an under-enrolled elementary school would boost enrollment there and allow more students to participate in the successful program. However, parents say they doubt many students and teachers will make the move.

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